new single “Walking These Streets” OUT NOW!

Your hometown never leaves you, and when you’re ten thousand feet in the air, your roots are always planted in the ground of where you call home.

Walking These Streets, Sue Ray’s second single of 2023, co-written by Tia Gostelow and Moss, signifies a change of pace for Sue.

This uplifting, sentimental track celebrates how you can ground yourself with the people and places that know you best.

It is a dedication to when you’re out following your dreams, you can always find yourself again when you’re back home.

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New single “Same Train” OUT NOW!

Sue Ray returned to her hometown after being away for seventeen years and noticed a lot had changed. Same Train is Sue’s dedication to her hometown, the changes and growth within not only the town, but herself, and a reminder that no matter what side of the tracks you come from you can all hear the same train rolling on. A metaphor for sometimes the very thing that divides us, is often the very thing we all have in common.



Recorded and co-produced by 8 Ball Aitken |

Mixed and co-produced by Sue Ray |

Final mix and master by Jason Millhouse at Recordworks Studio |

Written by © Sue Ray 2022 Featuring Lead guitar / dobro / bass – 8 Ball Aitken Vocals / guitar / harmonica – Sue Ray Drums / percussion – Harry Schneider

Filmclip recorded and produced by Rare Squid Creative Toowoomba |

Filmed on location in Toowoomba QLD

WINNER of the 2022 Queensland Music Awards ‘Blues & Roots’ award!

Sue Ray’s track “Take Me Away” really is the gift that keeps on giving. Not only did it just win the 2022 Queensland Music ‘Blues & Roots’ award, the track was also used in an ad campaign for Queensland Tourism. Such a wonderful night at the QMusic awards and such a privilege to be recognised alongside some of Australia’s best and brightest musicians and artists.

Dreams really can come true!

Sue Ray winner at the 2022 Queensland Music Awards

Sue Ray joins the Small Halls Tour QLD

Community, connection… and cake – Festival of Small Halls is on the road again in September for a one-off special edition tour in aid of bushfire resilience in Queensland’s Southern Downs Region!

The marvelous singer/songwriters Paddy McHugh and Sue Ray are perusing their packing lists to plan for their to visit ten tiny towns and their cherished Halls. Tickets are on sale NOW!